Announcements for 

Friday, April 20, 2018




*JV Baseball wins a thriller against Seckman. Down 9-2 in the bottom of the 7th the Panthers never gave up. Another winner 10-9. A total team effort! Super exciting! 


*Varsity girls soccer won in penalty kicks over Seckman. Grace Ledbetter with the goal in regulation, and Freshman Abby Wall with a huge PK save. 


*Both JV and Varsity Volleyball defeated Seckman last night in a dominating performance.   Tonight we host Vianney, with Varsity and Freshman starting at 4:30 and JV playing at 5:30.  


*A huge thank you to all who donated for the animal shelter drive- Gateway Guardians. A grand total of $213.63 was collected and will be dropped off to the shelter this weekend.  Many thanks.




April 23rd – Key Club – Room 318 – 2:20 pm

April 23rd – A+ Tutoring – Room 202 – 2:15 pm

April 23rd – Feminism Club – Room 112 – 2:30 pm

April 23rd – STUCO – Room 335 – 7:00 pm

April 24th – STUCO - Room 335 – 6:15 am

April 24th – Art Club – Room 343 – 2:20 pm

April 24th – A+ Tutoring – Room 202 – 2:15 pm

April 25th – Film Club –Room 340 – 2:15 pm




*Next Wednesday  OHS FCCLA is doing a fundraiser with Raising Canes. Anyone that gets lunch there and mentions FCCLA will help us out! RC is going to donate 15% of the purchases that mention the club to us! 


Here is the link from Cane's with pdfs that can be used on social media!


Sophomore Announcements

Jostens just told me that they will be adding another date/time to sell rings in addition to the dates and times I already gave you for the announcements/website.  The additional day is Wed. April 25, which is the half day, during breakfast only in the lower commons from 8:25 to 10:10 a.m. for students and parents.  


Prom is Saturday, May 5th.  Tickets are $65.00 each (cash only) and will be sold during lunches on April 23 through April 27th.  No tickets will be sold after April 27. Prom Permission & Guidelines Forms are available at Mrs. Pizzella's desk in the office and at the reception desk.  Every student needs to have this form completed with required signatures to purchase a ticket.  Also, all fines must be paid to purchase a ticket.  



Students would like to be an Executive Character Captain next year that applications are located in room 324 Mrs. Stock's room.



Attention Juniors: All juniors who signed up to take the April 24th ACT during school, MUST attend a pre-test meeting to fill out the required paperwork. If you did not already attend a pre-bubble session/meeting, you are required to attend today in the cafeteria. Check in with your TAP teacher for attendance and to verify your name is on the list. Then report to the cafeteria at 9:00. If you do not have a TAP teacher, contact Ms. Shambro or Mrs. Neighbors.


Into the Woods, April 19-21 at 7:00pm. 

Fairy tales begin “once upon a time” and end “happily ever after.” Not so fast! After all the dreams come true, everybody returns to the woods for a reality check. Cinderella, Little Red Ridinghood, Jack (of beanstalk fame) and Rapunzel get tangled up with a bevy of other fairytale characters and a few new ones created to add to the chaos and discover the unexpected consequences of having wishes come true. Journey into a fantastical world where traditional fairytales take on fractured new lives and teach important new lessons. 


This production is rated PG-13 and is not recommended for small children. Tickets are on sale during all lunches. 



The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge Program 

 The University of Missouri St. Louis Bridge 2018 Summer Academy for currently enrolled 9th and 10th grade students will take place Monday, June 18, 2018 through Friday, July 13th, 2018 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. 

The academy offers academic enrichment courses in mathematics, science, written and oral communication, career research, personal and professional development. 

Interested students should possess the following criteria:

-2.5 cumulative GPA or higher

-Enrolled in or have taken Algebra

-Maintain a strong desire to attend college

 The application deadline for the Summer Academy is Friday, May 4th, 2018.




2018 Audrey Walton Youth Leadership Conference

July 19--21, 2018

 Audrey Walton Youth Leadership Conference is an important part of the Show-Me State Games and is geared towards incoming juniors and seniors in high school for the ’18-‘19 school year. The three day conference focuses on teaching youth about leadership, higher education, and a healthy lifestyle.   Students have the opportunity to make new friends, become familiar with the University of Missouri-Columbia (the conference site), and acquire valuable information for successful futures.  Thanks to the generous support of Ms. Audrey Walton, there is no charge for the conference. Applications can be picked up in the counseling office and are due May 25, 2018.  For additional information, please contact your grade level counselor.


If you are no longer using your elevator key, please return it to Mrs. Pizzella in the office to avoid being put on the fine list.  If you have lost the key, the cost is $10.00.


Dates to Remember:


April 16th-20th –B-A-B-B-A schedule

April 19th – 21st – Mehlville Theatre presents Into the Woods

April 24th – Service Learning Day

April 25th – BOE Meeting - 6:30 pm




Seniors - Scholarships


Hagemann Elementary Parent Organization (HPO) Scholarship:  Any senior who graduated 5th grade from Hagemann Elementary can submit an application and a 200-word essay as well as two letters of recommendation.  Applications are available in the counseling office.  Deadline for submissions is April 20, 2018. 



Summer Opportunity

Paid high school internship with Missouri Coalition for the Environment. Interns will learn about water quality, public lands, and climate change.  Must be able to work 120 hours hours between June and August. For more information, visit:




 Looking for a fun and exciting job?  Midwest Pool Management needs YOU!  MPM is currently hiring lifeguards, swim instructors, pool attendants, concessions, and more!  Apply online at today!  Pick up a flyer in the counseling office or stop by 119 to see Mr. Perry. 


Concord Animal Hospital is looking for a Room Person.  Hours are Tuesday and Wednesday from 3:00-7:00 pm and every other Saturday from 7:30 am to 12:00 pm.  Duties include

  1. Putting clients in rooms for appointments
  2. Cleaning rooms
  3. Filling prescriptions
  4. Answering phones
  5. Scheduling appointments

Must be available for all shifts and times specified.  Stop by for application or contact Trish at 314-843-9055.

Green Park Dairy Queen is now hiring!  Apply in person at 6070 S. Lindbergh. 



Pool King Recreation is now accepting applications for seasonal help!  Job requirements:  personable, hard working, able to lift 50 lbs, flexible schedule (ability to work nights and weekends.  You will learn retail experience (customer service, cash register) and pool water chemistry & maintenance.  Apply in store at 2216 Lemay Ferry Road, St. Louis, MO  63125.  (314) 487-6567



  • Parent Notes: Please remember that outside lunches, flowers, balloons and other items are not allowed to be delivered to MHS for students by you or others.Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
  • Absences: If your student is absent from school, please call the attendance line to report their absence at 314-467-6020. Please state and spell your name, your student's name, their grade level, and the date(s) they are absent. Thank you.
  • Early Dismissals: Parents, if your student has an early dismissal, please remember to call the attendance office ahead of time so that your student will be able to leave on time as needed.
  • School Closings Due to Inclement Weather: The School Reach phone obtained through the district internet site at in an alert box at the top of the page. Additionally, you may tune in to TV channel 5, channel 4, channel 2 and 1120 or 20 AM Radio.

Student Parking:  MHS is sold out for parking this year.  Some local businesses rent parking spaces, however MHS is not affliated with those businesses.  If your student is parking at a business, please make sure they have secured an agreement with that facility.  Unauthorized parked vehicles are subject to being towed at that vehicle’s owner’s expense. 


*The Character Plus word for April is Cooperation – To work together as a team and to allow others to voice their opinion.


Please check MHS website calendar for upcoming events at







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